Abbey Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the skiing was amazing !!! When we stopped for lunch (lasagna) I left Donna in charge of my skis to find a seat when I turned around I saw one of my skis whizzing down the piste followed by the other one. It came to rest next to a mountain hut and it took me 10 minutes floundering in waist deep snow digging it out !! All the while Donna just laughing her head off ...
... chatted to our new friends We have a really good group of people. - it's going to be a good week The sun left us this afternoon for low cloud and a very light caster sugar sprinkling of snow but it's great to be here Evening meal chalet style was great - good food starting with sparkling wine and canapés and good chatting round the table Early to bed though at 10pm (we have been up since 4am ...
We arrived in York and we settled in.
Then the next day we walked around town and we went to a railway museum and there where a ton of old trains there.
A lot of them where for the royalties first class trains.
They had tables, beds and all the normal house things in it.
Then we walked around the city walls.
The second day we drove to Clifford's tower. It ...
... were excavating in the 1980's to build a shopping centre and found over 40,000 objects from the Viking days. With all these artifacts they have recreated a Viking village. All underground.
On resurfacing from the Viking village we found the largest meringues in the Viking world. They were as big as Rachel's head! Really yum too.
We then went to Cliffords Tower. It was built in the ...
... Terry was a bit reluctant, as we have seen so many old buildings and paid so many entrance fees, we are nearly over it, but I made us go in. It was fascinating and interesting to see the hall, the undercroft and the chapel, old virtually in their original condition. The huge oak beams and supports are held together by wooden pegs.
While we were in there, it started to rain, so we got soaked walking home. Close to ...